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How To Highlight Using Oil

posted in Beauty > Makeup
03/08/2016
  • Using a facial oil/serum gives you the same if not better results than using a highlighter.  The oil gives your face extra nourishment & hydration — not oiliness — so it’s a great way to get a glow while doing your skin a major favor!
    Using a facial oil/serum gives you the same if not better results than using a highlighter. The oil gives your face extra nourishment & hydration — not oiliness — so it’s a great way to get a glow while doing your skin a major favor!
  • After applying your makeup carefully apply a dime-sized amount of oil to the top of your hand.(The key is to not overdo it, otherwise you’ll look straight-up greasy.)
    After applying your makeup carefully apply a dime-sized amount of oil to the top of your hand.(The key is to not overdo it, otherwise you’ll look straight-up greasy.)
  • Lightly dab the sponge on the oil so it’s absorbed off of your hand, yet still sitting on top of the sponge. Then gently tap the sponge on the high points of your face (where you’d use a powder or cream highlighter). It’s important not to rub the sponge on your face since you already have makeup on.
    Lightly dab the sponge on the oil so it’s absorbed off of your hand, yet still sitting on top of the sponge. Then gently tap the sponge on the high points of your face (where you’d use a powder or cream highlighter). It’s important not to rub the sponge on your face since you already have makeup on.
  • Tap the oil onto your cheekbones, the bridge of your nose, your cupid’s bow and your brow bones. Now you'll have a beautiful natural radiance, especially on camera.
    Tap the oil onto your cheekbones, the bridge of your nose, your cupid’s bow and your brow bones. Now you'll have a beautiful natural radiance, especially on camera.
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